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1. CHẤT LƯỢNG GIÁO DỤC HÀNG ĐẦU

  • Úc là 1 trong 3 điểm đến được sinh viên quốc tế lựa chọn nhiều nhất thế giới.
  • Úc có 7 trường Đại học nằm trong Top 100 Đại học hàng đầu thế giới và nhiều trường nằm trong Top 200 thế giới.
  • Úc là nước nói tiếng Anh duy nhất có 2 thành phố nằm trong Top 10 thành phố tốt nhất cho du học sinh trên thế giới là Sydney và Melbourne.

2. MÔI TRƯỜNG HỌC TẬP THÂN THIỆN VÀ AN TOÀN

  •  Úc là một quốc gia đa văn hóa với nền kinh tế chính trị ổn định, chất lượng sống cao và môi trường giáo dục quốc tế giúp du học sinh dễ dàng hòa nhập và kết nối với các bạn học đến từ khắp nơi trên thế giới.
  •  Người dân Úc nổi tiếng thân thiện và đánh giá cao giá trị của môi trường sống đa văn hóa và những đóng góp tích cực mà du học sinh quốc tế mang đến.
  •  Khí hậu Úc có nhiều điểm tương đồng, khoảng cách địa lý và múi giờ cũng khá gần với Việt Nam

3. CƠ HỘI VIỆC LÀM TRƯỚC VÀ SAU KHI TỐT NGHIỆP

  •  Visa Du học sinh (Student Visa) cho phép bạn được làm việc tối đa 40 giờ/2 tuần trong các học kỳ chính và không giới hạn thời gian trong các kỳ nghỉ.
  •  Đặc biệt, Post-Study Work Visa cho phép sinh viên được ở lại làm việc từ 2 đến 4 năm sau khi tốt nghiệp một chương trình Đại học hoặc sau Đại học với thời gian học tối thiểu 2 năm tại Úc. Sinh viên tốt nghiệp một số ngành nhất định có cơ hội định cư theo diện tay nghề ở Úc.

4. NGUỒN HỌC BỔNG DỒI DÀO HẤP DẪN

  •  Mỗi năm, Chính phủ Úc chi gần 250 triệu đô la Úc cho các chương trình học bổng và trợ cấp dành cho du học sinh.
  •  Ngoài các học bổng của chính phủ, các trường ở Úc cũng có quỹ học bổng lớn với giá trị học bổng lên tới 50% hoặc 100%, được cập nhật đầy đủ và thường xuyên đến học sinh qua đơn vị đại diện tuyển sinh chính thức là ATS Việt Nam.

Living in Australia

Australia (also known as Australia), officially called the Commonwealth of Australia (English: Commonwealth of Australia) is a country that includes mainland Australia, the island of Tasmania, and many small islands. It is the sixth largest country by area in the world. Australia's neighboring countries include Indonesia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea in the north; The Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and Nouvelle-Calédonie are in the northeast; and New Zealand in the southeast.

Area: 7,692,024 km²

Time zone: UTC +8 to +10.5 (winter); UTC +9 to +11.5 (summer)

Capital: Canberra

The largest city: Sydney

Official language: None

Other languages: English

Estimated population 2018: 25,072,500

Geography & Climate
Australia's land area is 7,617,930 square kilometers (2,941,300 sq mi). Located on the Indo-Australian plate, surrounded by the Indian and Pacific Oceans, separated from Asia through the Arafura and Timor seas, the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland, and the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand. Australia is the smallest continent in the world but the 6th largest country in total area, due to its large size and isolation, Australia is also assigned the name "island continent", and sometimes considered the largest island in the world. gender.

The size makes Australia a variety of landscapes, with rainforests in the northeast, mountains in the southeast, southwest and east, and arid deserts in the center. Australia is the flattest continent, with the oldest and least fertile land; deserts or semi-arid areas commonly referred to as "outbacks" form the most popular landscape. Australia is the continent with the driest settlers, with only the southeast and southwest corners with a mild climate. Australia's population density is 2.8 people / km², ranking among the lowest in the world, but a large proportion of the population living along the southeast coast has a mild climate.

Eastern Australia features the Great Dividing Range, a mountain range that stretches parallel to the coast of Queensland, New South Wales and most of Victoria. Australia's climate is significantly influenced by ocean currents, including the Indian Ocean dipole and the El Niño – Southern oscillation, correlated with periodic drought, and the system of seasonal tropical depressions is a factor. The factor that produces cyclones in northern Australia. These factors cause rainfall to vary significantly from year to year. Most of the northern part of the country has a tropical climate, mainly summer-rainy season (monsoon). The southwest corner of the country has a Mediterranean climate. Much of the southeast (including Tasmania) has a mild climate.

States and territories
Australia has six states:

New South Wales (NSW)
Queensland (QLD)
South Australia (SA)
Tasmania (TAS)
Victoria (VIC)
Western Australia (WA)

nd two mainland territories: Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and Northern Territory (NT)

Government & Economy
Australia is a constitutional monarchy state, a power-divided federation. The country has a parliamentary government, Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state as Queen of Australia - a separate role from the monarchy of other states in the Blessed Kingdom. commonwealth. The Queen resides in Great Britain, the viceroy represents her in Australia (governor general at the federal level and the governor at the state level), by convention they act on the advice of the ministers. The Australian Constitution grants the sovereignty the supreme executive power, but the right to enforce it is given by the Constitution exclusively.

Australia is a wealthy country with a market economy, relatively high GDP per capita, and relatively low poverty rates. According to the average wealth level, Australia ranked first in the world in 2013, but the national poverty level increased from 10.2% to 11.8% between 2000/01 and 2013. Research Institute Credit Suisse identifies Australia as the country with the highest average wealth in the world and the second highest average wealth for adults in 2013.

Australia ranked third in the 2010 Economic Freedom Index, which is the 12th largest economy in the world. The country ranked second in the United Nations Human Development Index 2011, first in the Legatum's 2008 Prosperity Index.

Education
Going to school, or enrolling at home, is compulsory throughout Australia. Education is the responsibility of individual states and territories, so regulations vary from state to state, but children usually need to go to school from the age of about 5 to about 15 years old. In states like Western Australia, Northern Territory and New South Wales), young people 16–17 are required to attend school or participate in vocational education.

Australia's adult literacy rate was estimated to reach 99% in 2003. However, a 2011–12 report by the Australian Bureau of Statistics said that half of adults in Tasmania functionally illiterate. Australia has 37 government-funded universities and two private universities, and some other specialized institutions also offer approved higher education courses.

OECD ranks Australia among the most expensive tertiary countries. Australia has a state-based vocational education system, called TAFE. Approximately 58% of Australians aged between 25 and 64 have a vocational or university degree, and 49% of university graduates are among the top in OECD countries. The highest percentage of international students coming to Australia for higher education in Australia is among the OECD countries.

Cultural
Since 1788, the foundation of Australian culture has been strongly influenced by Western Anglo-Celt culture. Specific cultural characteristics also emerge from the natural environment of Australia and indigenous culture. From the middle of the twentieth century, American popular culture had a strong influence on Australia, especially through television and television. film. Other cultural influences come from neighboring Asian countries, and through large-scale immigration from non-English speaking countries.
 

Education System Australia

The Australian education system is divided into:

University
The highest level of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in Australia. Australia has a total of 41 universities - 38 public schools (government supported) and 3 private schools. You can study at the undergraduate (bachelor) or postgraduate level in Australia (postgraduate qualifications, masters and doctoral programs).

Skills School
These vocational schools often have close links with many different fields of business. This helps programs develop skills and is highly practical. Vocational training programs are often taught at government-funded public colleges (TAFE) as well as private schools. Many courses can allow students to transfer into university programs.

High school
Children between the ages of 6 - 15 are required to attend school and exams for college admissions are administered when students are 18. The secondary schools in Australia can be public ( government) or private school (religious or independent organization).

English language school
English courses are taught for study, tourism, immigration or business purposes. There are about 100 English language centers in Australia. Some of Australia's leading universities and TAFE schools also offer English language courses.

1. Year of study in Australia

The Australian school year usually starts in early February for high school students and in late February - early March for vocational and university students.

Most high schools offer 3 or 4 semesters while universities and vocational schools have only 2 semesters, with the final exam each semester falling in late June and November.

Students usually take 2 to 4 week breaks between semesters. Summer vacation starts from November or December to February.

2. Teaching language

English is the official language in Australia, in addition to many schools offering bilingual programs or programs for learning in other languages.

3. Australian national qualifications framework

The difference between the Australian education system and other countries is the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). AQF was established in 1995 and is a national policy that controls higher education qualifications (higher and higher education and vocational training) in addition to graduation certificates; High School Certificate.
 

Institutes Australia

New South Wales (98)
Queensland (63)
Victoria (79)
Northern Teritory (1)
Australian Capital Territory (ACT) (3)

Visa

Requirements to apply for an Australian student visa:
• Foreign language ability

Foreign languages ​​are indispensable when you study abroad in any country. Especially for studying in Australia, you must be fluent in English. Your foreign language skills will be verified through the TOIEC, IELTS, TOEFL tests, depending on the requirements of the school you are applying for, you need to take certificates with different scores.

If you are sponsored by a relative, some schools do not require this degree but you still have to practice English before studying abroad to avoid being shocked, not confident to communicate with the new environment.

• Health

You also need to have a checkup before you go. That is the condition for studying in Australia that any school needs. The hourly flight as well as transportation, transportation, dining, and resting will be completely different from Vietnam. Therefore, students studying in Australia need to be in good health to be able to maintain a normal life.

Not only that, you have to exercise yourself to prepare for studying abroad. In a new place without relatives, you have to take care of yourself to study well.

• Confirmation of enrollment and invitation letter to enroll

Of course, the embassy needs these documents to make sure you come to Australia for the purpose of authentic study and not for any other shady motive.

You need to prepare these 2 documents before going to the office to apply for a student visa because the school does not always send it to you immediately.

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